Children's Health Care Receives Grant From Justice Department

A child uses a virtual reality headset at Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare earlier this year. Photo: KSTP
A child uses a virtual reality headset at Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare earlier this year.

October 15, 2018 02:44 PM

Children's Health Care, Inc. of Minneapolis is one of the recipients of $4.8 million in U.S. Department of Justice grants meant to support the VOCA Regional Children's Advocacy Centers program.

The funding is part of $104 million in grant money announced by the Office of Justice Programs Monday to enhance state, local and tribal jurisdictions "capabilities to reduce crime and victimization, protect children and promote public safety," according to a release.

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